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cathysaid

Joined November 2016

Book addict. www.goodreads.com/cathysaid
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Great #crime series. A British police procedural with grit, Louth introduces us to DCI Craig Gillard. A once married but now happily single Gillard is pulled into a missing person investigation. As he uncovers grisly details, this case turns into a murder. And to add more layers, it turns out the victim is a long ago love that once broke Gillard‘s heart. Twists and turns and just a good ‘ol crime read, as are the two following books in the series.

cathysaid Also, the third in the series ends with a great cliffhanger. 1d
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What You Did | Claire McGowan
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Mehso-so

Pros: Fast paced, interesting plot, a few twists and turns, Kindle sale purchase

Cons: Tried too hard to be politically correct, characters not fully developed, unlikeable narrator

Trigger warning: sexual assault

#crime #failedtobeapsychologicalthriller

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I just read the excerpt. This sounds really good! Comes out on September 10.

https://apple.news/AojfXkI-_QsqtnaGJ9JE4kA

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Book hangover. Slump cured. Can‘t recommend this book highly enough. Three generations of Palestinian American women navigate the intersection of two very different cultures: one represents freedom and the other is little more than servitude, where Arab women are expected to marry and have children, largely separated from the world. But in this family, the women long for more. It‘s a tough read (violence against women) but oh so good. 5 ⭐️

Trashcanman But I'm a womanly man. That's actually mean to women. I'm an inhuman man. I fucked this all up. 3w
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Reading outside while the husband plans a fire pit. Brief respite from the southern heat before it goes back to our normal mid-90s temps. Loving this book, too.

LauraBeth ATL is nice today! I should go do some much needed yard work but I don't wanna. 4w
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The Power of Concentration | Theron Q. Dumont
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Guys...I‘ve only read one book in print this month. ONE. While I‘ve listened to several via audiobook on my commute, I‘ve only finished one in print. This has never happened. And I have several really good books going, books I would normally enjoy, but I simply. Can‘t. Focus. Can‘t concentrate. It‘s killing me!!! #RealLifeLitsy #LitsyConfessions

C.Perone I'm having the same problem 😕 4w
cathysaid @C.Perone I‘m sorry. It‘s so frustrating! Seems like I‘m lacking oxygen! 4w
C.Perone @cathysaid Extremely frustrating! Hopefully, for both of us, things get back to normal soon 🤞🤞 4w
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The Gone Dead: A Novel | Chanelle Benz
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So good. 4.5 ⭐️ Debut novel by Benz about resurrecting old ghosts to solve past mysteries, and setting is in The Mississippi Delta, where “place” becomes another character. “Inventive, gritty, and open hearted, The Gone Dead is an astonishing debut novel about race, justice, and memory that lays bare the long- concealed wounds of a family and a country.” (From AJC Book Festival website...Benz will be there this year!) #debut #decaturbookfestival

Trashcanman I want you to know I have mad respect for you and I care about you . You are a kind soul. Thank you for your support. Truly ,,🤗 4w
cathysaid @Trashcanman Respect is something I truly value, so a sincere thank you, my friend. And even though we‘ve not met (YET) in person, I know you are there. For me. For others. You show up. You always return. And many days, I know from experience, that is one hell of an effort. Well done you. 4w
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Underground Airlines | Ben Winters
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This could appear in any modern day editorial even though it was written over 100 years ago.

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While not at the level of achievement I see with the Masie Dobbs series (IMHO), still an entertaining British cozy. Unemployed former society girl looking for income successfully performs some family detective work. I‘m glad I listened on audio as I feel the narrator‘s voice lent a bit more interest, particularly since I rarely read/enjoy cozies (I like my #mystery with a bit more grit). But all in all, an enjoyable listen. 3/5 ⭐️

#audiobooks

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I love being the first to check out a new book from the library ❤️ #litsyloveslibraries

Chelsea.Poole Can't wait to see what you think. I've been debating this one myself! 1mo
cathysaid @Chelsea.Poole Starting today! I'll let you know. 1mo
cathysaid 😂 😂@Trashcanman 😂 1mo
Mdargusch I just bought this at Costco - I hadn‘t heard of it. 1mo
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California: A Novel | Edan Lepucki
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📚California by Edan Lepucki - Post-apocalyptic novel set in California that examines how such an event affects relationships (and I highly recommend). What I remember most is reading about the characters' survival. Also, that it would take a post-apocalyptic event to make me sleep in a tent.

🎬Friday the 13th

🎵Camp Granada (“Hello Mudder, hello fadder...here I am in...Camp Granada“) https://youtu.be/2gtDhSA6W_E

#manicmonday @joscho

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🤣🤣🤣🤣

via Bookstr.com

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Isn‘t this lovely? I bought it to mark the current page of my calendar at work...to brighten my day each morning when take it out to open it and I see this. Thank you @Bookartbookmarks ! #bookmarks

Hufflepuffle That is gorgeous 😍 1mo
Eyelit That is pretty amazing! 1mo
cathysaid @Hufflepuffle @Eyelit Go look at her other ones! I think I showed remarkable restraint by only ordering one...for now 😬 1mo
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No Place Like Home | Rebecca Muddiman
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Mehso-so

The main character in the first 2/3 of this book made me slightly homicidal, but the last third finally got better. Perhaps I‘m just over the weak, unreliable narrator shtick or I was just a bit grumpy when I listened to it, but I‘ve got to stay away from such books for a while 🙄 2.5/5 ⭐️

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No Place Like Home | Rebecca Muddiman
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Current read. What is it with unlikable main characters lately? At this point I want to throttle this woman. First she is presented as a sympathetic victim of circumstance, then as a woman abused who has made poor choices. Now she is pathological. Yet I'm still interested enough to continue. This might be a conundrum best discussed with a therapist... 😏

Lindy 😉 1mo
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Home | Toni Morrison
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️❤️ 1mo
kspenmoll Thank you for sharing! 1mo
Emilymdxn There have been such lovely articles about her published, it really shows how loved she was and what a huge impact she had on so many writers all over the world. Heartening to see 💖 1mo
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Remember in the movie Forrest Gump where he appeared (usually unintentionally) in pictures depicting national and world events over several decades? This story follows the same trajectory. While the impetus is the escape through the window and the ensuing chase by authorities, most of the story reminiscences about Alan's life and his involvement (usually by accident) in significant events. Entertaining and humorous as an #audiobook. 3.5/5 ⭐

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Meh. I really wanted to like it but it just never came together for me. A journalist invited on a maiden voyage of a cruise ship thinks she sees a woman killed. Her pursuit of the truth creates enemies and more questions than answers. Seemed overwrought...but that could have been the narrator. On the line between a pick and so-so, but since I think my opinion could have been different if I read in print, I'm giving a pick.

MelissaSue81 yeah.. I had many questions at the end of this one. I liked it.. but I wanted more answers.
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Rachel_nyc This one didn‘t quite work for me either. Half the decisions the MC made seemed to be to move the plot along rather than be something the character would actually do. 2mo
cathysaid @MelissaSue81 Given the general direction of the book, I think any “answers“ would have been rather implausible anyway. Huge gaps in many areas and exhausting detail in others. 🙄 2mo
cathysaid @Rachel_nyc Exactly. I think it could have been interesting but the MC and the other major female player simply annoyed me! 2mo
BookNAround I didn‘t like this one. I‘m over the unreliable narrator with a drinking or drug problem which causes others to discount their observations. 1mo
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And in today‘s edition of book covers that SERIOUSLY skeeve me out...🤢😷

Sadly, the book sounds pretty good. “This first novel has been described as a cross between Rosemary‘s Baby and Rebecca” according to BookRiot. But there is no way I can look at that cover for any extended period of time. No. Way.

JacqMac I agree. I hate it when they ruin a good book with a bad cover. 2mo
Tanisha_A Ugh! 2mo
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Really interesting read about the murderous origins of Where the Crawdads Sing.

https://slate.com/culture/2019/07/delia-owens-crawdads-murder-africa.html

Also referred to in the above article is this story from The New Yorker:

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2010/04/05/the-hunted

LisaB2 Wow!!! This article and related articles are a must read after the novel. 1mo
cathysaid @LisaB2 It is quite interesting. I haven't yet read the one from 2010 in the New Yorker. I am sure, however, that there are many sides to the story. But interesting background nonetheless!
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Such a unique #debut. Based on the description, I'm not sure I would have read it. I'm glad I trusted Litsy on this one. And I find it odd that I enjoyed the book so much because I don't recall reading a book where I actively despised all the characters. A crime is committed and throughout the trial, those involved are revealed as flawed and reprehensible in many ways; however, Kim manages to find a trace of humanity in each. 4/5 ⭐ Recommended.

thereadingowlvina I loved this one too! Great plot and writing! 🙂 2mo
cathysaid @thereadingowlvina It was quite unique. I love a good debut. 2mo
GloVerdino I loved this book! The characters felt so real, looking forward to more from this author 2mo
cathysaid @GloVerdino It really was unexpectedly good. I don't know what my hesitation was getting to it. Perhaps the “submarine“ involved? But I did enjoy it. 2mo
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On Turpentine Lane | Elinor Lipman
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This audiobook just wasn‘t for me. Perhaps it suffered by comparison to Miracle Creek, which I am currently reading, but I found it far too simplistic and predictable. Also, the narration (Mia Barron) grated my nerves...which never helps. Ending tied all up in a nice, shiny, unrealistic bow. 🙄

Is it worth it to try another book by Lipman?

#audiobook

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Lawn Boy | Jonathan Evison
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Mike, an early 20s Mexican American, seems to be dealt a lousy hand at every turn. Pursuing the American dream leads to dead ends, shady characters, and occasional brushes with the law. Throughout, we meet a motley cast of characters and learn who Mike is as a brother, son, and “lawn architect.” At times heavy handed and occasionally long-winded, overall it is a humorous and poignant story of a young man discovering his path & himself. 3.5/5 ⭐️

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A Dog's Life | Ann M. Martin
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AlaMich “Doin‘ me a sad” ❤️🤣 2mo
MicheleinPhilly I‘m so grateful that Pickles has been happy to be lazy this weekend! 2mo
cathysaid @AlaMich Looks much like her “Doin‘ me a confuse” face...so I interpreted 😬 2mo
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LauraJ Your pajamas are wonderful! 🐮 2mo
cathysaid @MicheleinPhilly Then Maya must really be a millennial. 2mo
cathysaid @LauraJ Thanks. I‘m in them a lot, according to Maya‘s judgmental looks 👀 2mo
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Love this imagery. And truly enjoying the book. Kim creates subtlety vivid characters, flawed and relatable, through many points of view. Sometimes I find several POVs to be jarring and the effect on the plot to be disjointed, but here it really works.

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What does it take to live in a post apocalyptic world? In this #debut novel, the characters Meg Elison creates seem to survive not through sheer force of will, but instead by embracing and utilizing human weakness...particularly one‘s own. Engaging and often bizarre, this is not normally a genre I enjoy, so I‘m glad I took a chance with this #BlameItOnLitsy pick. Surprisingly, I quite liked it! 3.5/5 ⭐️

(Image from video game: Rage)

Trashcanman All I need is an endless supply of spam. 2mo
Trashcanman Oh and a can opener. 2mo
Trashcanman Wait, do they have pop top lids? 🤔 2mo
cathysaid @Trashcanman Here's hoping, cause that shit is the only foodstuff that will survive besides twinkies! 2mo
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The Bride Test | Helen Hoang
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Brain candy at its finest. Girl needs green card. Enter overbearing potential mother-in-law to orchestrate a set-up for her son. A bit too much bosom-heaving romance-y for me, but entertaining nonetheless.

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I really wanted to like this one since I enjoyed Case Histories. But it never came together for me. Lots of moving parts, not all of which made sense in the end. As for the end...I found it unbelievable, as if she rushed it to try and create cohesion. I did, however, still enjoy Jackson Brodie and his cynicism.

CarolynM I'm sorry you didn't like this one - it's my favourite of the series. 2mo
BarbaraBB I didn‘t like this one either, but I had no idea it was part of a series! 2mo
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Lethal White | Robert Galbraith
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Interesting concept and creatively woven plot. Cormoran the curmudgeon, who runs his private investigation agency, is as grumpy as ever and Robin, his assistant investigator, is a hot mess. Tensions are high based on personal drama and professional challenges. But good god it could be cut in half by losing the repetition and still have over 300 pages. A bit more editing would have helped to tighten things up and pick up the pace.
3/5 ⭐️ #crime

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Untitled | Unknown
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Or put on pants (though I'm posting this at work so sadly, I am wearing pants).

Thought many here would appreciate this 😀

#kindabookrelated

DGRachel Yes! I love Litsy for this reason (and more, but a lot this). 2mo
LibrarianRyan I;m at work. I'm not wearing pants. 😁 2mo
cathysaid @LibrarianRyan You're my hero. 2mo
wanderinglynn ❤️❤️❤️ Yes exactly. 2mo
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Why oh why do publishers do this? It makes me grumpy. 😡

Now get off my lawn.

#Iamoldandneedclearfonts

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Kindle deal - $1.99 today. If you or anyone you know suffers from #depression, this book provides such clarity. Life changing for me. Styron details his battle in such a way I finally felt someone could accurately vocalize my feelings. Years ago, my now husband saw it on my shelf & I mentioned how much it helped me. Months later (noticing his increased patience & understanding) I discovered he had quietly read it. ❤ Can't recommend enough.

AkashaVampie I'm going to have to check this out. I've lived with depression for half my life. I wish my hubby liked to read! 2mo
cathysaid @AkashaVampie Mine doesn't either. I think when I described the impact it had on me, he understood how much it could help. Also...it's short (100 pages). I had marked it up so much he probably had a little help 😃 2mo
Trashcanman I love this book, absolutely love it. And your review is spot on. It is by far my favorite. I even have this on audio book and I hate audio books because he narrates it. Have a great day! 🤗 2mo
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Faces In The Water | Janet Frame
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Hey there @sprainedbrain ! Did you get your book in the mail? #LMPBC

sprainedbrain Yes I did! Sorry, I meant to post and forgot all about it. 😳 2mo
cathysaid @sprainedbrain No worries. Just wanted to make sure! 2mo
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On the one hand, the imagery Owens manages to create allows for the reader to truly see and feel the beauty. Owens clearly became intimately familiar with the marshes that provide the setting. Much of the story is unique but much is also predictable, such as the ending. All in all, an enjoyable read; I‘m glad I stuck it out through some minor technical hang ups. 3/5 ⭐️

(Images from ncwetlands.org and marsh definition from NC State.)

BarbaraBB I Googled them as well! 2mo
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Saturday morning reading 😀 (before Saturday cleaning 😐). My view of the butterfly bush, the hummingbird feeder the bat box...and Larry, Moo and Curly ❤️

Where and what are you reading today? I‘m liking this book a bit better. Not a fave, but entertaining enough to keep going.

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1. My phone seems to think my favorite word is “Duck!” 🙄😬
2. Chic...as in “shabby chic”
3. Pusillanimous
4. I tend to make up words based on Yiddish terms. Like “Oy Gestalt” (it‘s really “gevalt” but I like to see confused looks on others faces.)
5. @Trashcanman ...cause I miss him!

@wanderinglynn #HelloThursday

wanderinglynn Great words! Thanks for playing! 💜 3mo
Bklover 1. Mine too!🤣 3mo
cathysaid @Bklover Right? So much for “predictive text.” 😂 3mo
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Lethal White | Robert Galbraith
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Holiday morning reading in the sunroom. 🌺🌿🌲

This book is good but boy is it long!

Bklover So pretty! 3mo
cathysaid @Bklover Thanks! It‘s relaxing to look at 😊 3mo
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😡 😡 😡 And this poor family that is the focus of this book is suffering from arsenic and glycol poisioning through air and water. Even the animals are dying. But the company is protected from almost all government regulation. Infuriating.

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Lethal White | Robert Galbraith
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Why yes, that is Litsy, Kindle, and Outlook all open side by side. Thus begins a day of work before a holiday. 😬

C‘mon...the AC is on the fritz. They can‘t actually expect work from me...right?

DGRachel That looks like my set up, except I have Outlook on one screen, and Litsy & Adobe Digital Editions open on the other! 3mo
cathysaid @DGRachel We rock 😉 3mo
Hoopiefoot Love it 😎 3mo
cathysaid @Hoopiefoot I did get some reading done ✅ 3mo
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Check out this article from The Bitter Southerner: https://bit.ly/2XkBeBm
Great assessment of who should participate in shaping the Appalachian narrative/image. Having grown up in and around Appalachia, letting “outsiders“ claim that part of the allure is in how Appalachians “embrace“ poverty sickens me. Talk about infantilizing 🙄

Great links in the article, such as this one to photos and stories: https://bit.ly/2LzsqQM

MicheleinPhilly Embrace poverty???? 3mo
cathysaid @MicheleinPhilly Right? “They're happy that way“ is apparently the opinion of the author of Hillbilly Elegy (who isn't from Appalachia) and the producer (also not from Appalachia) of the new Netflix movie based on the book. 3mo
MicheleinPhilly Wait, J.D. Vance isn‘t even from there??? I thought that was supposed to be the whole point of the book?? I haven‘t read it because I heard he made gross generalizations based on personal anecdotes. But I at least assumed he knew what he was talking about it. Good grief. 🙄 3mo
cathysaid @MicheleinPhilly Not according to this article from The Bitter Southerner (though I thought I read he had family there). To be fair, I haven't read it either because I think it would definitely be a “throw it across the room“ book. And I haven't yet read the tagged book yet either for fear it would make me hate Vance by proxy. 3mo
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Among the Lesser Gods | Margo Catts
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Just finished listening to this one and IT IS SO GOOD. Tragedy and poor decisions are a theme in Elena‘s life and bring her home to small town Colorado. Through connections she makes with the residents there, the children for whom she cares, and spending time with her grandmother, Elena learns about the redemptive power of forgiveness...especially when it comes to forgiving herself. Poetic and witty with strong female characters. 4⭐️ #audiobooks

Crazeedi Sounds really good 3mo
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A Walk in the Woods | Bill Bryson
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@MrBook See?!?!? Maybe they‘re relatives 🤪

MrBook 😂🤣😂🤣👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #LitsyHumor 3mo
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The Land Breakers | John Ehle
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I rarely create TBR lists because...SQUIRRELS!!!!!

But here are a few potential reads. At least until I visit a library. Or a bookstore. Or Target. Or...

#JulyTBR

sprainedbrain I just loved the Book of the Unnamed Midwife! 3mo
cathysaid @sprainedbrain Good to hear! It's not one I would naturally pick up but I've seen good things.
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cathysaid @Reagan-reads I checked it out as a free Prime book but I think it was 1.99 recently. (edited) 3mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Me neither, I'm too moody of a reader to stick with a specific tbr. 3mo
squirrelbrain Of course, squirrels! 🐿🤣 I loved 3mo
Tamra Me too. 😏 3mo
cathysaid @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Truth. Hopefully a goal of four specific books is achievable. 3mo
cathysaid @Tamra Hehe. Luckily Litsy is a judgement-free zone. 3mo
cathysaid @squirrelbrain I‘m so excited that it‘s getting such great reviews! 3mo
sisilia The Land Breakers sounds like an excellent piece!!! Stacked! 2mo
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I‘m trying to like this book...really, I am. But does the author really want us to believe that a six year old is capable of starting a boat? That she “pulled the starter rope and jerked back when the motor caught the first time...”?!?!? Ummm...😒

Samplergal I started it. Not feeling it either. Maybe another time? 3mo
Slajaunie Great. I bought this one. Hope I like it better than you. That is very unrealistic though. That will irritate me. 3mo
cathysaid @Slajaunie It‘s not bad so far. And it‘s ‘52, so maybe more realistic? Not enough to make me quit...but definitely an eye roll. 3mo
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Drocchio03 I urge you to power through - it starts off slow, but it‘s worth it! 3mo
Slajaunie 👍🏼 3mo
cathysaid @Samplergal @droccio03 I‘m going to give it 50 more pages and see. Here‘s hoping. 3mo
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The House of Broken Angels | Luis Alberto Urrea
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Several 5⭐️ or almost 5⭐️ reads this month! Unusual for me as I‘m usually a star-grinch. Pictured are the top three that I highly recommend.

The pic of the smiling gnome in sunglasses is of my mother-in-law at a graduation party in WI and it makes me laugh every time I see it so thought I‘d share 🤣

#JuneWrapUp

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All for Nothing | Walter Kempowski
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@EmilyM My book has returned home safely. Thank you to all in my #LMPBC group. I‘ve already looked over many of your comments and they are so perceptive...makes me evaluate the novel all over again! And thank you for reading (what I now realize was) such a long book. Made longer by my supplementary material 😳😬. I truly enjoyed being in a group with all of you and reading books to which I might never have been exposed. ❤️

sprainedbrain This was a great round! I enjoyed all of your books for different reasons. 😃 3mo
EmilyM That was fast! I appreciate all of the research you did--it was helpful! 3mo
cathysaid @sprainedbrain Inhave apparently lost the email Suellen sent us with addresses 🙄 Can you email me with yours? catmcclure at Yahoo.com 3mo
cathysaid @sprainedbrain Got it. Thank you! 3mo
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Faces In The Water | Janet Frame
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Wow. @sprainedbrain this was a tough one. So disturbing...a walk inside the dark recesses in the mind of a severely mentally ill woman. I can‘t say I “enjoyed” the book but conversely, I still rate it a pick. And I‘m glad I read it. It feels like I finally have a TINY bit of understanding what it must be like to suffer from mental illness to the point of delusions. Thank you for exposing me to it. #LMPBC

(It will be returning home on Monday)

sprainedbrain This was a difficult read! 3mo
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1. Wildflowers
2. Tie between Valencia and Valentine or The House of Broken Angels (tags in comments)
3. Inspector Lewis, Broadchurch, Grantchester, Endeavor (I‘m a bit BBC Mystery obsessed 😬)
4. Maya Angelou (“I‘m a woman / Phenomenally. / Phenomenal woman, / That‘s me.”) ❤️

@DebbieRawson @MinDea

TheEllieMo I love Endeavour and Lewis, but how come you‘ve missed out Morse?! 3mo
cathysaid @TheEllieMo Good point! I think I've watched those? I would have to look at the description.
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Decent debut. MC‘s sister is murdered and MC searches for answers, becoming consumed and finally a suspect herself. Recommendation via Crimereads.com . Listened to the audio and I think I would have enjoyed it more in print. Going to try the second book by this author before I decide. 3/5 ⭐️

#crime #audiobooks